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Lesley McCave

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    The family of a woman from Orange who has been missing for nearly a week are asking for the public's help to find her. The last known sighting of Maribel Manriquez Ramos was on security camera footage, which showed her alone outside her apartment around 8:30 p.m. last Thursday.
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    A fourth person has been killed by an L.A.-area Metrolink train in the last two weeks. The man was observed running up to the crossing, waiting for the train to approach and then jumping in front of it.
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    Authorities are searching for a driver who slammed his truck into a Compton restaurant named El Infierno (translation: Hell) around 2:45 a.m. today. Police say they believe the blaze was a deliberate act of arson based on at least one previous incident at the property.
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    According to a report in today's L.A. Times, there are wide disparities in the quality of roads within the city's 114 neighborhoods.
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    Today the California Supreme Court unanimously upheld the right of cities in the state to ban medical marijuana dispensaries. When making the ruling on the case entitled City of Riverside v. Inland Empire Patients Health and Wellness Center, the court also recognized the legality of such operations.
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    A would-be car thief was spotted driving erratically south-east of Koreatown, but realized he couldn't drive a stick shift. He abandoned the car, ran off and was eventually apprehended.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    John Lennon fans have the chance to see a rare collection of artwork by the former Beatle. In conjunction with Pacific Edge Gallery in Laguna Beach, the traveling exhibition is making a stop at Westfield Century City mall from today through Sunday.
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    A lady in Santa Monica hops on a bus but claims she has no change. The driver orders her to leave but she refuses and starts cussing him out. Fellow passenger calls her Satan.
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    The UC Irvine fraternity involved in a controversial blackface video that went viral last week has voluntarily suspended its status as a registered campus organization until fall 2014.
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    Blustery, dry conditions are sweeping through many parts of Southern California, from San Diego to Ventura counties. Red flag warnings have been issued for the mountains and valleys of Los Angeles and Ventura counties (except the San Gabriel Valley).

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